Toyota’s Big SUV Is All New For 2023 And All Hybrid! | 2023 Toyota Sequoia



Based on the same body on frame design as the Lexus LX, Toyota Land Cruiser and Toyota Tundra, the all-new Sequoia is part of Toyota’s body-on-frae onslaught that will also see a new Tacoma soon. Under the body we don’t find an independent rear suspension, but we do see Toyota’s new 10-speed hybrid system with 437 horsepower standard. That makes this the most powerful base drivetrain in the segment.

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26 thoughts on “Toyota’s Big SUV Is All New For 2023 And All Hybrid! | 2023 Toyota Sequoia”

  1. Toyota needs to have a long wheelbase length variant for the Sequoia to compete with the Chevrolet Suburban, GMC Yukon XL, Ford Expedition MAX, long wheelbase adds more options and choices for consumers why would you want to bring 8 people with you and no cargo

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  2. Alex, I don’t know what the YouTube algo is doing but your new videos used show up on my home page as soon as it’s up but now it doesn’t. I have to go to your page to watch them. Glad I did cause I would have missed the Mazda MX30 one. I unsubscribed and re subscribed. Hope that fixes it.

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  3. The styling is okay, but I can see it looking old fast. Some vehicle designs can look new even years later, but this, I don't think so. It's not bad. Though the shape of the interior vents kill the entire dash for me. Those are huge and horrid; looks like ears to the display screen.

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  4. It looks great. It will be interesting to see your test drive review and your comparison to not only the Tahoe and Expedition in terms of ride, cabin noise level, handling, suspension, power etc but also a comparison to the outgoing Sequoia in terms of ride and comfort etc. as well.

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  5. Very nice! By chance have you heard if Toyota plans to bring the capstone trim to any other models like maybe the highlander?

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  7. I wish lexus would have made the size of the sequoia the LX600. If lexus would have used this size, and put the front facia on this sequoia this would be a hit, plus added the panoramic roof I would be all in on the Lexus. The Capstone version is very promising for me coming from the infiniti QX series.

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  8. Alex, I’m an automotive video junkie so I end up watching most the youtube videos about new cars. I still come to you for straight forward information and analysis. I know in one video you’ll educate me about a given car more than anyone else. I appreciate your work.

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  9. Hi Alex, thanks for this! Do you happen to know a bit more about the 4wd system, and if there will be a full time 4wheel drive mode like there has been for the last nearly 20 years? Ie Toyota had a center diff lock button, that if you shifted to 4wd "high" mode but didn't lock the center diff it provided enough slip to drive it on dry pavement; I would use this mode often and found it very worthwhile to have for my area and type of driving…

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  10. Nav systems that won't work unless you have a cell signal are RIDICULOUS! There are large parts of the western US that have no cell service, and a driver needs a nav system in those places, too! This is just going to drive people to using their phones for mapping instead. Google Maps isn't stupid and keeps working.

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